Meet your continuing education renewal requirements with our easy-to-use courses. Our narrated real estate CE classes are self-paced with 24/7 access, making your CE renewal process stress free. Go at your own pace at home or on-the-go. We submit your completions to the Kansas Real Estate Commission on your behalf!
REMI School of Real Estate
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Hours Required - 12 hours
Renewal Cycle: Every Two Years
Kansas Real Estate Commission
Real Estate Education at your Fingertips!
Meet your real estate CE requirements online with our real estate courses and packages. Our narrated real estate CE classes are self-paced with 24/7 online access so you can complete on your own time - at home or on-the-go! All courses are mobile-friendly with no special apps required. Expect fast processing upon completion as we submit your CE credits to the Kansas Real Estate Commission on your behalf. Reach out to our customer service staff with any questions. We pride ourselves in providing great customer service and quality classes that are easy to use and easy to complete.
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Includes 12 total hours of CE. 9 hours of elective hours and 3 hours of Core
This 12-hour package can be used toward the current renewal period or to make up credits for a previous biennium.
1. Kansas Core Course (3 hrs, M20107, KS)
2. Using Home Inspections to Protect Your Clients (3 hrs, E20068, KS)
3. Benefits of 1031 Exchange for Investment Clients (3 hrs, E20061, KS)
4. Basic Steps to Analyze Investment Property (3 hrs, E20060, KS)
Customizing to include Core courses:
We customize the package (free of charge).
KREC Core Course
The Real Estate Commission uses Core Course to provide updates and information on select, timely topics.
Course Features Include:
Our courses are developed with knowledge of the real estate market. Our instructor, David Catanzaro, has taught and practiced real estate for over 20 years.
Learn about the ethical dilemmas in the practice of real estate through real world case studies.
Learn about the ethical dilemmas in the practice of real estate through case studies. NOTE: This course is not eligible for NAR Credit, if looking for dual credit please find our course that includes the words: "Code of Ethics" in the title.
Course enables students to:
Learn the tools to analyze investments and better service clients (3 hrs).
*For an extended version of this course, please see the 4-hr 'Basics of Investment Property' course.
This course covers basic investment concepts and analytical tools. The instructor provides real estate and financially-based models to help licensees rank and analyze investment alternatives and risk.
Great course for learning the basics about the requirements and benefits of Chapter 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.
1031 exchange is a swap of one investment property for another that allows capital gains taxes to be deferred. Learn the requirements and benefits of Chapter 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code and how to leverage them for your client.
This 'Code of Ethics: Pathways to Professionalism' course is designed to provide 3-hrs of continuing education and meet the NAR ethics requirement. It is at your Board / Association's discretion to accept this course. Check ahead of purchase.
This 'Code of Ethics: Pathways to Professionalism' course is designed to provide 3-hrs of continuing education and meet the NAR ethics requirement.
Gain knowledge, reduce liability by learning more about Fair Housing and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Fair Housing is a three hour course accepted for Continuing Education Credit by the Hawaii Real Estate Commission.
This course is designed to educate the CE Student on the subject of the Federal and State Fair Housing Laws.
The objective is to increase awareness, sensitivity and compliance with the Laws. The session will explain how to comply with Fair Housing Laws, providing all clients and customers Equal Housing Opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, disability, AIDS/HIV or need for use of service animals.
This course is a must for all agents who want to provide good service in compliance with the law.
The course objectives:
The course covers:
Gain an understanding of green homes and their influence and impact on buyers and sellers.
The course objectives include understanding Green as a new way of thinking, learning the terminology, understanding the benefits, analyzing savings, and learning to leverage this knowledge to better market green homes. This course is a must for all agents who want to provide good service for clients interested in Green Homes.
The course learning objectives:
This course covers Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) and Broker Price Opinions (BPOs), an opinion of value developed according to industry standards by a real estate licensee.
Learn the standards, procedures, methods of adjusting and calculating the BPO. This 3-hour session is used to explain duties and responsibilities associated with the BPO assignment; professional standards for selecting comparables; grading conditions; and how to adjust comparables to calculate value. Concepts taught in the course are valid for CMA, BPO and general valuations.
This course covers the importance of a policy manual and the standard types of information and materials necessary for constructing a good policy manual. Serves as an aid for those creating a policy manual. Improves your ability to provide consistent professional services to consumers and avoid liability.
This course provides licensees with the essentials necessary to perform calculations for common real estate transactions.
The Home Inspections course is a Commission-approved elective course that counts toward 3-hrs of continuing education credit to be used toward license renewal or reactivation.
Learn how to use home inspections to the advantage of your clients.
Course covers topic of how home inspections benefit and protect buyers and sellers. Licensees learn levels of inspector certifications and the purpose and benefits of inspection. Course provides the licensee with an understanding of the condition of a property, costs to maintain, and how to reduce risk to buyer and licensee.